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Duration: 25 minutes

Sitcom about a dozy pair united by one dream, to run a cold Balinese VIP super-club.

Scott and Dan are a dumb-and-dumber double-act who crash through life on a wave of joyous, unjustified confidence, redeemed only by the strength of their unbreakable friendship.

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  • About Bamboo


    Bamboo was written and produced by brothers Harry and Jack Williams. They first flexed their UK comedy writing muscles with their original six-part comedy drama Roman's Empire for BBC Two starring Chris O'Dowd, Matt Horne and Sarah Solemani. In 2009 they created The Amazing Dermot which was shown as part of C4's Comedy Showcase Season.


    They set up Two Brothers Pictures in 2012 and their first commission was Full English for Channel 4 - a six-part animated sitcom, featuring Richard Ayoade and Kayvan Novak. They've also recently had their first ever drama (an eight-part thriller) greenlit for BBC One. 


    The onscreen stars of Bamboo, Tom Palmer (Dan) and Tom Stourton (Scott) together form acclaimed sketch comedy double act, Totally Tom.


    Their breakthrough YouTube hit creation, High Renaissance Man paved the way for a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe and a Best Newcomer Award nomination in 2011. They debuted their C4 sketch pilot, Totally Tom, in 2011 and wrote and starred in Fergus & Crispin on Sky1 in 2013. The Toms can also be seen as series regulars on BBC Three's Live at the Electric.


Tom Stourton
Tom Palmer
Jack Williams
Harry Williams
Seb Barwell
Adam Miller


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